LONDON, 8 November 2011 – Entries are now open for the first Corporate & Financial Awards.
The Corporate & Financial Awards, celebrating excellence in all aspects of city communication, has opened for entries.
The awards programme is the only true benchmark of companies’ communication with the City and its influencers with categories that celebrate specific communications incidents, communication strategies, and teams of people.
The awards will be judged by a cross-section of experienced in-house practitioners, comms agency directors, analysts, and business and financial journalists.
The Awards are open to entries from in-house communications professionals and their counsel for their communications strategies, campaigns or executions launched or carried out between April 2010 and December 2011.
Companies have been aware of the importance of talking to their investors for a number of years. They have also been aware of the importance of talking to those who influence them – the media, regulators, the communities in which they operate and others. However it is relatively recently that companies have started to understand how important it is to talk to all these audiences with a single voice.
The awards are organised by Communicate magazine. Andrew Thomas, publisher, comments: ‘With creativity, technology and best practice moving at such a fast pace, it is difficult for organisations to know where excellence in communication lies. We are very excited to launch the Corporate & Financial Awards. The awards programme will act as an industry-wide benchmark, as well as provide an opportunity to give teams the recognition they deserve.’
The winners will be notified at a gala dinner in the spring of 2012.
For more information and to enter, visit www.communicatemagazine.co.uk/corporateandfinancial
Andrew Thomas is available for comment. +44 20 7498 7008 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Communicate is the UK’s leading magazine in corporate communications and stakeholder relations. Communicate is the only magazine to help organisations present a consistent and coherent image to all their stakeholders, including the media, investors, employees, regulators, the supply chain and the communities in which they operate.